Advanced Threat Protection

AI-Driven Advanced Threat Protection

Growing threats from ransomware, CEO fraud and digital espionage – Advanced Threat Protection effectively protects your business from cyber-attacks.

Emotet, Trickbot, GandCrab – Malware is increasingly finding its way into the email inbox of companies and organizations. CEO fraud, forged invoices and fake application emails are the most common methods used by cybercriminals to smuggle malware into corporate systems. Important files are encrypted, sensitive information is copied, or confidential business transactions are monitored. Ransomware, spyware and viruses manipulate or damage operational and production processes, which can cause considerable (financial) damage to the companies targeted. With the comprehensive features of Advanced Threat Protection, even the most sophisticated cyber-attacks have no chance.

Protection Against Blended Attacks

Blended attacks use different types of malware at the same time. Viruses, spyware, spam and phishing are combined in one email attack. This blending of attack methods and penetration of different vulnerabilities makes cyber attacks even more complex and difficult to detect.

The New ATP Feature: Malicious Document Decryption

The latest risk from cybercrime is critical: hackers are increasingly using encrypted email attachments to infiltrate corporate systems with malware.

Classic anti-virus programs cannot detect the malware hidden by this encryption. Malicious Document Decryption adds another essential feature to Advanced Threat Protection: encrypted email attachments are decrypted using appropriate text modules. The decrypted document is then subjected to an in-depth virus scan. This keeps your mailbox safe from even this advanced threat.

Increasing Threat From Ransomware

Ransomware is one of the most popular methods of cyber-crime in terms of both profitability and scope of (financial) damage to the victims. If the blackmailer’s software infiltrates a company system, all sensitive and confidential files are encrypted and are only released in exchange for a ransom in the form of Bitcoins. Unfortunately, there is no guarantee the files will actually be released after payment has been made.

Hackers’ favorite targets are large companies and government institutions, as well as critical infrastructure. In the worst-case scenario, an attack could lead to insolvency. But considerable sales losses are also among the potential effects.

Defend Against CEO Fraud

The human in front of the PC is still considered one of the biggest security loopholes in a system, and cybercriminals are well aware of this fact. Hackers exploit this vulnerability through personalized attacks such as CEO fraud and spear phishing. Advanced Threat Protection uses innovative detection mechanisms such as spy-out detection, fraud attempt analysis and intention spoofing recognition to detect and prevent targeted social engineering attacks on employees. For this reason, incoming emails are examined for certain content patterns that indicate malicious intentions. This includes, for example, payment requests or requests for data output.

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